KlimaTV – Landbrug
25:55 | By changing the coffee growing methods, the small coffee farmers could actually help fight climate change, while increasing their income.
6:09 | In this video, we discuss the root causes of agricultural emissions, which are most prominent in meat and dairy.
11:36 | Research shows that the unwanted by-product of the mining industry, rock dust, could be a transformational supplement to agricultural soils all over the world.
9:09 | Animal scientist Ermias Kebreab talks through an ingenious solution to reduce methane-rich cow burps by feeding cattle something growing below the surface of the ocean: seaweed.
11:31 | A Chinese research group has perfected a system to manufacture synthetic starch, potentially saving huge swathes of land and water use.
6:30 | NOAHs klimahandlingsplaner tager udgangspunkt i IPCC’s drivhusgasbudget og ikke, som regeringens klimalov, et mål om en bestemt nedskæring af CO2-udledningerne i et bestemt år: 70 procent i 2030.
2:04 | Average global crop yields for maize, or corn, may see a decrease of 24% by late century, with the declines becoming apparent by 2030, with high greenhouse gas emissions.
18:06 | Seat At The Table, Episode 2: The way we farm food is contributing to climate change so I’m looking at innovative ways to grow it instead.
12:19 | Agriculture accounts for 17 percent of worldwide CO2 emissions. But what if there were a way to produce it without harming the planet?
3:59 | Danish Crown forsøger at narre os alle til at tro, at deres kød er en del af klimaløsningen.
12:58 | Skal landbruget som andre dele af samfundet bidrage til at Danmark kan leve op til den klimalov, der siger at vi skal reducere udslippet af CO2 og andre drivhusgasser med 70% inden 2030?
18:55 | The climate emergency requires climate solutions. And fast! A new analysis suggests that 90% of the job could be achieved by just a handful of disruptive technologies that are very real indeed.
10:26 | Agriculture takes a huge toll on the earth’s environment by producing massive CO2 emissions and taking up a lot of land. But there is a way to make it more sustainable: Agroforestry.
14:46 | Three study papers have been published that look at different activities of industrial meat and dairy producers, with some fascinating conclusions and proposals.
14:28 | Agrophotovoltaics, agrivoltaics, or APV. Just like the name suggests, it’s a way of combining photovoltaic solar panels with agriculture.
11:49 | This video looks at the problem with vertical farming, the benefits of vertical farming, as well as whether vertical farming is actually a viable solution to solving hunger and combatting climate change.
12:46 | Vertical Farming has been in and out of the news for a decade now.
13:54 | A growing number of ecologists and land managers are turning to regenerative agriculture as the fastest way to draw CO2 back out of the atmosphere.
12:16 | Amanda Little introduces us to the farmers, entrepreneurs and engineers who are radically rethinking what we grow and how we eat.
11:00 | In a talk about global food security, epidemiologist Kristie Ebi explores the potentially massive health consequences of the growing nutrition crisis.
1:26:00 | As climate change reshapes the agricultural landscape across Africa, there is concern that higher food prices and falling yields will lead to widespread urban unrest and catalyze participation in armed extremist movements.
11:23 | Regenerative Agriculture has been around for a very long time. The trouble is it’s just not the way most modern farming techniques are taught or practiced.
15:45 | Some people think that all we need to do is take some lessons from the way nature has always used it’s resources to regulate heat across our blue planet.
4:59 | A brand new report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change shows just how much global warming affects our use of land, and how land use affects the planet.
1:57:52 | George Monbiot talks with Natalie Fee about XR, Climate emergency, community, education, youth uprising, mental health, building community, ecology, rewilding, planting trees, carbon off setting, capitalism and lots more!
12:31 | Global Warming and Climate Change have two well known culprits : Energy and Transport. But there are two more co-conspirators contributing catastrophically to the crisis. Those partners are Land Use and Intensive Livestock Farming.
6:04 | Most of the deforestation in the world today happens because people want to put farms where forests are. So, figuring out how to farm with trees instead of just chopping them down could help us fight climate change.
9:27 | A new study shows how climate change will impact global food security. We speak Michelle Tigchelaar, one of the report’s authors.
15:03 | I et EU land som Danmark, der har en intensiv landbrugsproduktion anslår man at landbruget står for 16% af den samlede udledning af drivhusgasser.
50:44 | Restorative development addresses some of the gravest of climate risks, such as increased droughts, floods and atmospheric pollution.
2:56 | How could increased CO2 affect our crops? Although CO2 is important to plants, changes in other conditions such as water, nutrients, and pests are likely to mean that more CO2 will not mean better crops.
1:20:21 | Further population growth to the predicted 10 billion by 2050 cannot be sustained at the current level of productivity, a problem made worse by climate change.
1:54 | Will climate change drastically reduce our food production, or will it change what we produce?
1:12:19 | En slags efterfølger til Al Gore’s megahitter ”An Inconvenient Truth” om det han ikke nævner et ord om – kødproduktion, som står for 18 % af verdens drivhusgasudslip, det er mere end hele verdens transportsektor!
1:40 | “Hvordan tror du landbruget ser ud i 2030”? Jens Peter Hansen fra Dansk Landbrugsrådgivning besvarer.
10:00 | Se hvordan landbruget kan blive klimavenligt.
23:34 | Et besøg hos en af Danmarks første permakulturmarker, Gulereer i Reerslev, som er blevet skabt af en gruppe Vesterbroere.
5:12 | We ask NASA researchers: how will climate change impact agriculture?
27:00 | Reportage fra den Selvforsynende Landsby på Sydfyn.